Julia Conley, staff writer
"This Brexit crisis has now come down to a simple question about whether we live in a democracy: can we allow Boris Johnson to force No Deal on our country, without all of us having our voice heard?"
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Jo and Boris Johnson in happier times. Jo left Parliament today, citing tensions between family and politics.
Week of legislative defeats and popular ridicule continues for embattled UK...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"In every corner of the globe and certainly here in America, every constituent...


At the risk of extreme redundancy: It is stupefying our alleged leader is publicly slinging crude, cheap, barnyard epithets at a(nother) woman. Of course, he's committed untold weightier crimes - obstructing justice in the bone saw murder of a journalist, anyone? - but if we don't call out the countless, tawdry ways he daily debases our national discourse, they become the norm. We could add the irony of a fat orange tub of putrid goo insulting anyone's looks. But we won't.